a Greek philosopher, from whose treatise "On Old Age" (περὶ δήρως
) considerable extracts are made by Stobaeus, but of whose life and age we know nothing.
The work was in the form of a dialogue, and the writer appears to have been a Platonic philosopher. (Stobaeus, Florileg.
tit. 115.26, 116.49, 117.9, 121.35, ed. Gaisford.)
Tacitus (Tac. Ann. 11.35
) speaks of a Roman senator, Juncus Vergilianus, who was put to death in the reign of the emperor Claudius: but perhaps we should read Junius instead of Juncus.